We have to believe that Samsung has not had enough with the announcement of its two new mid-range A33 and A53. As reported Android Authoritythe South Korean firm has secretly unveiled an A73 model which is not yet mentioned anywhere.
108 megapixels to argue
Samsung finally seems determined to unify its family of mid-range smartphones. Thus, the Galaxy A73 looks a lot like the two models presented earlier this week. However, it will be the largest of the three with its 6.7-inch screen. Oled, it benefits from a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is characteristics quite close to the Galaxy A53.
The main originality of this model lies in the photography. The Samsung Galaxy A73 incorporates a 108-megapixel main module coupled with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module. On the other hand, it abandons the x3 telephoto lens yet present on its predecessor, the Galaxy A72. Instead, Samsung is opting for a 5MP macro module. Optical stabilization is offered on the main sensor, as is the case with the Galaxy A53 and A33.
There is also a 5000 mAh battery, sealing to the IP67 standard or even a fingerprint reader under the screen. A choice of storage between 128 and 256 GB and fast charging at 25 W are also part of the package. The Exynos 1280 should be responsible for animating it, again as on the A33 and A53. In short, Samsung is harmonizing its A range, whose different models are mainly distinguished by their format and their photo skills.
There is no mention of the price set for this Galaxy A73 yet, but we can bet on an introductory price of around €500 so as not to compete too much with the recent A53. Its release is scheduled from April 22 in a “selection of markets”. Ours should logically be one of them.